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  1. General der Panzertruppe Heinz Guderian Born: 17th Jun 1888 Died: 14 May 1954 Highest rank reached: Generaloberst Commanding General of XIX. Army-Korps Commander of Panzergruppe Guderian Commanding General of XIX. Army-Korps Commander of Panzergruppe 2 Commander of Armeegruppe Guderian Commander-in-Chief 2 Panzerarmee Assigned to the Staff of the Replacement General Command of the III. Army-Corps, Berlin General-Inspector of Panzer Troops Ritterkreuz - 27 Oct 1939 / Eichenlaub - 17th Jul 1941
  2. Hi Guys ! Thought I would show some FAKE PAB`s . First Hollow PAB in Bronze , very high quality FAKE . Jan Arne
  3. Because I have this ribbon bar, I am looking for additional information on Hans Nuyken, born Biebrich am Rhein 8 June 1890, died ? Fähnrich Leutnant 20.02.10 A (backdated seniority, commissioned 1911) in Infantry Regiment 55 Oberleutnant 18.10.15 Aa charakterisiert Hauptmann aD circa 1920 Hauptmann (E) 01.11.33 #10 (probably circa 1935) Major (E) 01.03.38 #25 Oberstleutnant (E) later (S) 01.04.41 #207 Oberst (S) 01.12.42 #38 Transferred to newly created war unit Reserve Infantry Regiment 255 (77th Reserve Division). Service after 194 to war's end unknown—see below. Wehrmacht service throughout Third Reich at Kriegsministerium Wehrmacht Amt Inland section (“WA-J) later O.K.W. Section (“W Allg”-- Wehrmachtsangelegenheiten/Inland) 9 ribbon bar circa 1942+ = EK2 1914 KVK2X Lippe Detmold Ehrenkreuz IV-BX (LDH4bX) awarded 22.09.14 as Lt in RIR 255. One of 48 of this class for WW1 Lippe Detmold War merit Cross (LKr) Hamburg Hanseatic Cross (HH) Honor Cross for Frontfighters aka Hindenburg Cross X Wehrmacht 12 years Service Medal (WHDA3) Wehrmacht 4 Years Service Medal (WHDA4) Volkspflege Decoration M1939 (type “Red Cross award known—see below) This ribbon bar was obtained by me 1 November 1984 from a New Jersey dealer subsequently fallen from grace and expelled into exterior darkness for dishonesty. Nuyken's unattributed medal bar—with the Volkspflege cross but no KVK2X—was sold in Florida in Jack Sweetman's last catalog (#86) November 1982. (That medal bar went for $395 BTW) It is my understanding that a completely intact M1957 medal bar (where did Nuyken get another LDH4bX????), pinback awards, all award documents, miscellaneous things like happy 85th birthday (or some such) were sold by Hermann Historica in October 2012. That provided evidence that Nuyken also received a WW1 EK1 (of course) a Lippe Detmold War Cross for Heroic Deeds, and a KVK1X during WW2. If anyone saved scans that are legible and provide any details on Nuyken' award dates, service dates, long ?) life—and his FACE-- I would be most obliged if you could post them here. I have been looking for his “Florida” medal bar since 1982. It has never resurfaced. The existence of a M1957 medal bar is amazing.
  4. Generalleutnant Friedrich-Wilhelm von Loeper Born: 3rd Aug 1888 Died: 7th Oct 1983 Kommandeur 81 Infanterie Division Kommandeur 10 Infanterie Division Kommandeur Panzer Division Nr 178 Kommandeur Panzer Division Tatra Ritterkreuz - 29th sep 1941 Image: EK II citation
  5. Generalleutnant Martin Gilbert Born: 7th Sep 1888 Died: 7th Oct 1959 Kommandeur Infanterie-Regiments 79 Kommandeur 167 Infanterie Division Kommandeur 110 Infanterie Division Kommandeur 244 Infanterie Division Leiter des Aufstellungsstabes der Division Breslau Kommandeur Division Nr. 180 Kommandeur Division Nr. 480 Image: EK I citation
  6. Hi,gentlemen,after I have read the biography of Franz Ritter von Epp,I'm interested in his long ribbon bar. I want to make out all the medals on his bar,but I cannot.Anyone know for sure? I really need help Here are some pictures of him: thanks, Alexander

    • FOR SALE

    Vintage Good Quality Reproduction Of The Most Desirable Form Of The Third Reich Gorget This is an EXTREMELY rare gorget to find, in any condition. The German Heer (Army) standard bearer's gorget, introduced in 1936, is absolutely one of the most desirable and handsome of all gorgets issued by the third reich. The half moon-shaped back plate is made of a heavy alloy with a shiny finish (nickel and silver). The insignia is two crossed army standards, with the heer eagle on them, with a highly detailed army eagle in the center, over a sprig of oak leaves. There are also large oak leaf sprigs at either corner, attached to two buttons in the corners. There is some fading to the silver due to wear and age, but it still retains all of the original detail, both on the background and attached insignia. Complete with original 25 link chain. Total weight is 260.8 grams / 9.2 ozs. 18.5cms x 9.5cms approx. Located in central UK. Viewing can be arranged. Price On Application. Contact via ad or email. Thank You.


  8. As people are still buying fakes of these badges in the belief that they are getting amazing bargains for half or two-thirds of the price they might pay for the genuine article, it seems logical to start a topic featuring authentic examples and the various fakes, some of which have been out there for more than thirty years. Sincere questions, comments and contributions are welcome but please, if you have a badge you have seen on eBay or some such site and wish to know more about it, start a separate topic as the aim of this topic is for serious students of the subject to be able to help less experienced people avoid the pitfalls. To begin with, let's look at the three basic types of genuine Army Parachutist Badges.
  9. Generalmajor Gerhard Graf von Schwerin Born: 23rd Jun 1899 Died: 29th Oct 1980 Highest rank reached: General der Panzertruppe Kommandeur I./ Infanterie Regiment Großdeutschland Kommandeur Regiment z.b.V. 200 Kommandeur Infanterie Regiment 76 Führer 8.Jäger Division Kommandeur 16 Panzer Grenadier Division Kommandeur 116.Panzer Grenadier Division Kommandeur 90.Panzer Grenadier Division Kommandierender General LXXVI Panzerkorps Ritterkreuz - 17th Jan 1942 / Eichenlaub - 17th May 1943 / Schwertern - 4th Nov 1943 Image: KvK II Kl m. Schwertern citation
  10. Artillery General Wilhelm Stemmermann Born: 23th October 1888 - Rast / Baden Died: 18th February 1944 - West of Tscherkassy Commander of the 296th Infantry - Division General-Commander XI. Army Corp K.I.A. - Leading his Corp out of Tscherkassy Encirclement - hit by artillery shell in vehicle Ritterkreuz - 7th February 1944, Oak Leaf Ritterkreuz - 18th February 1944, Deutsches Kreuz in Gold - 11th January 1942, Repeat Spange to EK1 & EK2, Image: K.V.K. with Swords - 6th September 1941
  11. Oberstleutnant Georg Klug Born: 01 Jan 1891 Stab 3.Pz.Division stellv.Abt-Chef OKH Heeres-Personal-Amt P2 (Thanks to Dave D for the information)
  12. This is a work in progress. I have wanted to post this for quite some time but was always waiting for another piece to arrive, at that rate I will never get it done, so I have decided to start now. In early European armies, soldiers fought while civilians were hired on to provide certain services. One of the main reasons for this was money; armies in the 17th and 18th centuries represented a significant portion of a state's budget. Services and items needed only for war were an unnecessary expenditure in peacetime, and armies grew to depend on hired civilians for certain items and services. It was usual, for example, to hire civilian drivers and their oxen teams to move artillery during campaigns, sparing the expense of maintaining the animals and drivers at all times. It was not long before an interface between the soldier-commander and these providers became necessary in order to ensure that the commander got what he wanted. In both the French and German armies (and no doubt others as well), the go-between was usually a civilian appointed on a royal patent of authority to provide the army with supply and services. This individual, who gradually assumed the duties associated with what we would call a chief of supply and logistics, was generally afforded a title and a "pecking order" ranking which placed him in a relative relationship with serving soldiers. Comte de Rochambeau (commander of the French forces sent to North America during the War for Independence) had assigned to his suite a Mar?chal de camp who was the equivalent of a brigadier general; his uniform, of a distinct pattern and color, nevertheless bore the same rank distinctions as a general officer of equivalent rank. The German Army had back in 1700, created and maintained a separate branch for Administrative Official?s who were attached to all levels of the Army to oversee and conduct all administrative functions. This allowed them the opportunity to free up a lot of active army officer?s and allow them to conduct actual military matters?. The Official?s carried out a variety of tasks ranging from Barracks Administration, Court Martial, Hospital Administration, Librarian, Supply, Pay, Technical and Meteorological Services, Schools. There were four levels of careers for Officials. Each level had different collar tabs to differentiate the grades. What level of official you were was decided by a combination of education and /or experience you possessed. They consist of: High Grade career ? hoherer Dienst; A university degree was required; Elevated career ? gehobener mittlerer Dienst or gehobener Dienst; an educational level between high school and college, with an additional two to three years of practical training was required; Medium career ? einfacher mittlerer Dienst or mittlerer Dienst; a high school diploma and an apprenticeship of a trade was required; Lower career ? unterer Dienst or einfacher Dienst; a grade school education without any further qualification was required. During the Reichswehr era Officials were divided between Military and civilian personnel. This changed on 22nd of December 1934, when the Wehrmacht High Command consolidated all officials into the newly formed Wehrmachtbeamte-Heer - Armed Forces Officials-Army. On the 12th of March 1937 new regulations reorganized the Officials and the position of Beamte auf Kreigsdauer a.K. ? Wartime Officials for the duration ? was created, this was only to be activated when mobilization was initiated. I will be making a seperate thread for them and the Sonderfuhrer. When the Wehrmachtbeamte was created Officials were allotted a waffenfarbe ? Branch of Service color - of dark green, with a nebenfarbe ? secondary color ? which indicated the actual career the individual belonged to. There were 17 different nebenfarbe which covered approximately 76 different careers/trades. The colors were: Karmesinrot Bordo Hochrot Orangerot Wie? Goldgelb Hellgelb Zitrongelb Dunkelblau Rosa Hellblau Hellbraun Violett Kornblumenblau Zitrongelb Schwarz Hellgrun My sources to date are: "Die Deutsche Wehrmacht Uniformierung und Ausrustung" by Schlicht and Angolia. "TM-E 30-451: Handbook on German Military Forces"
  13. Geberal der Gebirgstruppen Eduard Dietl Born: 21st Jul 1890 Died: 23rd Jun 1944 - killed in an air crash Highest rank reached: Generaloberst Kommandeur der 3 Gebirgs Division Befelshaber der Gruppe Narvik Kommandierenden General des Gebirgskorps Norwegen Oberbefehl über die Armee Lappland Kommandeur der 20 Gebirgs Armee Ritterkreuz - 9th May 1940 / Eichenlaub - 19th Jul 1940 / Schwertern - 1st Jul 1944 Luftwaffe Gemeinsames Flugzeugführer- und Beobachter-Abzeichen in Gold mit Brillanten Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP Image: Narvikschild citation
  14. The following maker marks are found on period Heer/SS war badges produced between 1939-1945 It should be noted that manufacturers also produced the same badges without any maker marks - therefore, unmarked badges should not be dismissed as originals purely because they are devoid of any maker's marks. C E Juncker - Berlin Karl Wurster - Markneukirchen Friedrich Linden - Ludenscheid F.W. Assmann und Söhne - Ludenscheid Sohni, Heubach & Co. (S.H.u.C.o.) - Idar-Oberstein a.d. Nahe Rudolf Souval - Wien Funke & Brüninghaus (F&BL) - Ludenscheid Deschler & Sohn - München Josef Feix Sohne (JFS) - Gablonz Grossmann & Co - Wien Förster & Barth - Pforzheim E. Ferdinand Wiedmann - Frankfurt AGMuK - Gablonz (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Metall und Kunstoff) 1-7 A.G.M.u.K - Gablonz MK or HM (debate surrounds the subject of this maker's mark - 'KM' or 'HM'? The schools of thought are; 'H M' for Hauptmunzamt, Munchen - 'K M' for the conglomerate Metalle Kunstoffe, Gablonz) Rudolf Karneth (R.K) - Gablonz Carl Wild - Hamburg Ernst Müller - Pforzheim Wilhelm Hobacher (WH) - Wien Franke & Co (FCL) - Ludenscheid Fritz Zimmermann & Co (FZS) - Stuttgart Julius Bauer & Söhne (J B & Co) - Zella-Mehlis / Thüringen AS Frank & Reif - Stuttgart Rudolf Richter (RRS) - Schlag Hermann Aurich - Dresden B.H. Mayer - Pforzheim Gustav Brehmer (GB) - Markneukirchen Hymmen & Co (H&CL) - Ludenscheid Adolf Scholze - Grünwald Richard Simm & Söhne - Gablonz Gebrüder Wegerhoff (GWL) - Ludenscheid Friedrich Orth (F.O.) - Wien Brüder Schneider (BSW) - Wien EWE Arno Wallpach - Salzburg Attributed to Werner Redo - Saarlautern If I've missed any, feel free to post.
  15. Oberstleutnant Georg-Wilhelm Postel Born: 23rd Apr 1896 Died: 20th Sep 1953 in Soviet captivity Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant Kommandeur II./Infanterie Regiment 109 Bataillonskommandeur zum Infanterie Regiment 433 Kommandeur I./Infanterie Regiment 364 Kommandeur vom Infanterie Regiment 364 Kommandeur der 320 Infanterie Division Kommandierender General of XXX Armeekorps Ritterkreuz - 9th Aug 1942 / Eichenlaub - 28th Mar 1943 / Schwertern - 26th Mar 1944 DKiG - 28th Feb 1942 Image: IAB Silber citation
  16. General der Artilerie Wilhelm Fahrmbacher Born: 19-09-1888 Died: 27-04-1970 01-04-34 Oberst 01-08-37 Generalmajor 01-06-39 Generalleutnant 01-10-40 General der Art. Commanding: 5. Inf-Div. (01-09-39) VII. Armee-Korps 25-10-40) XXV. Armee-Korps (01-05-42) Armee Gruppe Normandie (01-06-44) Befehlshaber Bretagne (01-08-44) DKiS: 30-10-1943 RK: 01-08-1944 Image Award document KVK2mS
  17. Over the years, I've seen various different types of tailor labels and would like to see all the variations and the different ones that collectors have. Fellow collectors have said that only 1/10 of bars have maker's labels on them; I suspect it could be lower than that. Here are a few I've come across. Please feel free to add more. F. Sedlatzek Berlin W8 Lieprigerstr. 108 Gold letters on black 1.2 x 3. cm stitched left and right sides
  18. General der Panzertruppe Hermann Balck Born: 7th Dec 1893 Died: 29th Nov 1982 Kommandeur Schützen-Regiment 1 Kommandeur Panzer-Regiment 3 Kommandeur 2 Panzer-Brigade Kommandeur 11 Panzer-Division stellv.Führung Infanterie-Division Großdeutschland Kommandeure XXXXVIII Pz.Korps Oberbefehlshaber 4 Panzerarmee Oberbefehlshaber Heeresgruppe G Oberbefehlshaber 6 Armee Ritterkreuz - 3rd Jun 1940 / Eichenlaub - 20th Dec 1942 / Schwertern - 4th Mar 1943 / Brillianten - 31st Aug 1944 Image: EK II citation
  19. Generalmajor Ludwig Crüwell Born: 20 Mar 1892 Died: 25 Sep 1958 Highest rank reached: General der Panzertruppe Oberquartiermeister 16.Armee Kommandeur 11.Panzer-Division Kommandierender General des Deutschen Afrikakorps Führer der Panzerarmee Afrika PoW 29 May 1942 RK: 14 May 1941 EL: 01 Sep 1941
  20. Generaloberst Walter Weiss Born - September 5, 1890 Died - December 21, 1977 Oberbefehlshaber 2. Armee C-in-C Heeresgruppe Nord
  21. Generalleutnant Karl Faulenbach Born 03 Oct 1893 Died 22 Nov 1971 Commander of 296 Inf Div Apr 1942 - Jan 1943 Commander of 356 Inf Div May 1943 - Dec 1944
  22. Generalleutnant Hans Freiherr von Falkenstein Born: 12th Sep 1893 Died: 30th Oct 1980 Kdr MG Btl 7 Kdr Schützen Regiment 103 Kdr 14 Schützen Brigade Kdr 707 Infanterie Division (temporary) Kdr 45 Infanterie Division Kdr 24 Infanterie Division W.E.I Dresden (Military Replacement Inspector) DKiG - 15th Nov 1941 Image: KvK I Kl m.Schwertern
  23. Oberst Eberhard von Fabrice-Falk. Infanterie-Regiment 490. Stewy
  24. Generalmajor Ferdinand Schörner Born: 12th Jun 1892 Died: 2nd Jul 1973 Highest rank reached: Generalfeldmarschall Kommandeur Gebirgsjäger Regiment 98 Kommandeur 6 Gebirgs Division Kommandeur XIX Gebirgskorps Kommandeur XXXX Panzerkorps Kommandeur 17 Armee Oberbefehlshaber Heeresgruppe Südukraine Oberbefehlshaber Heeresgruppe Nord Oberbefehlshaber Heeresgruppe Mitte Pour le mérite - 5th Dec 1917 Ritterkreuz - 20th Apr 1941 / Eichenlaub - 17th Feb 1944 / Schwertern - 28th Aug 1944 / Brillianten - 1st Jan 1945 Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP Image: EK II citation
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